Skip to comments.‘Fake News’: BBC, AFP, Google, Facebook Collude to Tell Voters ‘Who to Trust’ in French Election
Posted on 03/01/2017 7:11:41 AM PST by davikkm
Google and Facebook will be working with the mainstream media to tell voters what and who to trust, including memes, comment threads and news sites, in the lead up to the French elections. The two Tech giants, who have been accused of a liberal bias, will set up the coalition news verification project with 37 French and international media outlets including the BBC, AFP (Agence France-Presse), and BuzzFeed News.
On an official blog post, Google claimed CrowdTangle had been set up with a goal of helping the French electorate make sense of what and who to trust in their social media feeds, web searches and general online news consumption in the coming months
The first round of the French presidential election is due to be held in April, and polls suggest right wing populist Marine Le Pen could come out on top.
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globalist media organize to hack the French election!
On contract to the CIA and delivering as requested, like the Wash Po??
Is there anyone in the global media who has made a phone call to any foreign donor?
How about connections to non-French intelligence services?
Since the globalists failed to keep Trump from being elected they’re gonna double down on stopping Le Pen.
The so called BBC, the overlord and generator of the Left’s fake news drive towards a Marxist future will be doing all it can to discredit Le Pen in the same way as its non-stop propaganda machine is pumping away against Trump (read David Vincent’s chapter on the BBC in “2030: Your Children’s Future in Islamic Britain” Amazon and Kindle).
Vote for Le pen!
Google is the manifestation of evil.
Go Le Pen!
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